Native Americans During The Gilded Age

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During the Gilded age, the Native Americans were unfairly treated by the Americans from being moved out of their reservations to being denied equal rights as human beings which all lead to horrific battles between the Natives and Americans. In order to compromise for the growing settler population on reservations, the Native Americans were forced by the American army to keep moving farther west to avoid further conflict. Unfortunately, conflict still arose between the two populations. The American army sought out to eradicate the Native American tribes by destroying the economy such as their villages and buffalo population (p489). In order for Indians to save their selves, some sought refuge to Canada such as, the Nez Perce Indians, which ended
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